Published on Friday, 24 April 2015 10:09

Spotted in the TELEGRAPH: Top 10: Caribbean Family Holidays


With zip-lining adventures, rainforest hikes and excellent off-the-beach snorkelling, St Lucia is a great choice for families seeking more than just a beach. An excellent choice of base is Windjammer Landing ( The Mediterranean-looking complex is a “villa hotel”: the accommodation mostly comprises villas and suites with kitchens, but you also have several (good) restaurants on site, along with a well-regarded children’s club for 4-12 year-olds (a new initiative is regular visits to a local primary school) and watersports galore. 

Full article courtesy of the Telegraph. Read HERE

Published on Wednesday, 15 April 2015 14:13

Spotted in THE HOTEL GURU: Best Places to Stay in St. Lucia


St Lucia is a great beauty, with lush green jungles, tall peaks and plenty of West Indian charm. Add to that perfect bays, private coves and bright blue seas and you have one of the world's most idyllic tropical islands. Perfect for honeymooners. The best places to stay on St Lucia are known for their charm, colour and beauty too. Among the best are a number of small luxury resorts

St Lucia divides into two distinct regions, the busier north where you'll find the majority of the tourist infrastructure and the larger resorts, and the quieter, mountainous south, around Soufrière - which is also where you find many of the old plantations. The best places to stay in St Lucia are probably split evenly between the two.

For Families

Windjammer is an elegant, contemporary resort with direct beach access. The size of this resort - 330 rooms, means they're able to provide something for everyone, from candlelit suppers on the beach, to an excellent kid's club, to private jacuzzis.

Article courtesy of The Hotel Guru. Read HERE

Published on Friday, 10 April 2015 14:10

Spotted in TRAVEL WEEKLY: Weddings - My Big Fat Family Wedding


Similarly, Beaches resorts in Jamaica and Turks & Caicos offer a free Beautiful Beginnings wedding with stays of six nights-plus, while Windjammer Landing Resort & Spa in Saint Lucia provides $1,000 credit – enough to cover its Tropical Bliss wedding – for 10-plus nights in a two-bedroom Hibiscus Jacuzzi suite or two bedroom pool villa.

Article courtesy Travel Weekly, written by Katie McGonagle. Read HERE


Published on Friday, 10 April 2015 13:12

Spotted in TRAVEL WEEKLY: Spa three ways - Save, spend, splurge


St. Lucia

Spend: The makeover at Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort has already seen its villas renovated and the beach expanded, but the next phase – set to be unveiled next month – will introduce a 5,300sq ft spa and a gym.

The spa will boast six treatment rooms, including two couples’ rooms with their own Jacuzzi, plus an outdoor massage pavilion, steam rooms and outdoor yoga deck.

Article courtesy Travel Weekly, written by Kate McGonagle. Read HERE